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Giveaway: Phyl Pretty Jewellery


Discovering local artists who create beautiful things is so exciting! Recently I purchased a pair of these awesome Sterling Silver Treble Clef earrings from Phyl Pretty Jewellery. They always get students’ attention and a smile. I have also given them as gifts and prizes, they are very popular! Phyl creates unique, handcrafted jewellery and today we are collaborating to bring a little something special to you!

Carly wearing Treble Clef Earring

My first pair of Phyl’s earrings!
(I’ve also got several pairs of her origami earrings too!)

There are so many things out there for musical people, cups, stickers pencils, erasers, note pads and so on. I’m so excited to be able to team up with Phyl to offer you something beautiful, elegant and special! We have one pair of Sterling Silver Treble Clef Earrings to giveaway to one of our fabulous readers.

Giveaway Treble Clef Earrings

Handcrafted Sterling Silver Treble Clef Earrings

Would you like to have these beauties in your jewellery box? Know a musician who would love them? Or a student who would like to be in the draw? If you can think of someone in your life who would love to win them, let them know to head on over here (or *hush hush* if you want to win them all to yourself!).

This giveaway is open internationally to all of our readers and will close at 9am Central Standard Time (Australia) Friday March14th.


How To Enter:

1. Firstly, leave a comment below telling us what your favourite post is on creative.piano.professional and why!

2. Next, follow our blog! Up on the right hand side of the home page you will see a black ‘follow’ button. Click on this and leave your details.


Yes, it really is that easy!! Just follow the two steps above and you are in the running to win!

You can see more of Phyl’s work here on her Facebook page , her Etsy Shop or via her Website

11 Responses to “Giveaway: Phyl Pretty Jewellery”

  1. Loraine Ho

    I like the post technique and performance books…..do they make a difference. I did not know Faber technique and performance in one book until I read the post. Now I am going to switch to the two in one book.

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    • creativepianoprofessional

      Loraine, Thanks for your comment! First in the draw to win! Goodluck! These Technique and Performance books are awesome, they have so many functions in my studio!

      Don’t forget to follow the blog to complete your entry!

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  2. Ana

    I am new to your blog, but from a quick read, I think the ‘What’s the point of learning piano? ‘ entry is interesting for me. I love to read about the greater implications that music has/can have in the development of a person, and the blog link takes you way beyond the ‘normal’ ones and makes you reflect. Thanks!!

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  3. Alanna

    Hi Carly!

    I am new to your blog as well – I love the combination you’ve got going here πŸ™‚
    I really enjoyed your post on the practicing minefield. I’m going to try the marble idea with a few of my younger students this week – hopefully it helps!

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  4. karins28

    I loved
    what’s the point of learning piano since I always wanted to learn to play the piano and it made me want to learn how to play it more!

    I followed you via wordpress πŸ™‚ just in case my email is cookiesmasher5@yahoo.com

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  5. Megan Donald

    My favourite blog is ‘The power of “Play it again!” (please)

    Very specific hints on how to get little-r ones (which I’m sure would have worked on me at 14 or older) to practice! I love the non-negotiable practice. It becomes routine, almost with out thinking. As a child I had little routine and this has affected my adult life – getting kids into these habits will even affect them beyond their musical tuition.

    Megan. πŸ™‚

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  6. Emma Knights

    I like the how many teachers do I know. There are so many wonderful teachers locally that have great ideas and that sharing these ideas together will create a richer more exciting and vibrant learning experience for students πŸ™‚

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    • creativepianoprofessional

      Very true Emma! I find that it also makes it a more exciting and vibrant professional experience for teachers too.

      Don’t forget to follow the blog on the home page to complete your entry!

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  7. Charlotte

    Loved your 2014 goal setting post because it inspired me to set my own πŸ™‚

    Thanks for the chance, these are gorgeous! Am following πŸ™‚

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